These two chunky animal friends encourage baby to follow along.
Ages: 6 months & up Category: Baby Learning Toys Age at time of testing: 11 months
Anushka reviews the Amazing Animals Press ‘n Go Crocodile and Cheetah
The Fisher-Price Amazing Animals Press ‘n Go Crocodile and Cheetah, around £8.50, roll across the floor when you press down on the cute animal figures.
The colour and fun animal design appeal Robin. The easy-to-push buttons trigger a wagging tail or nodding head, which my baby loves watching.
At 10 months, Robin is still a bit too young to work out how to push the button to make it go, but I think as he grows he will gain enough dexterity to push down hard enough to make the animals move forward on their own accord. That’s what’s so great about these toys – they grow with your baby and help him develop different skills along the way.
Robin loves to wheel the crocodile along the floor and can already appreciate the mechanics of the toy, inspecting it all the time. He also watches his sister push the button to make it zoom across the floor so no doubt he will also be doing this very soon.
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